Wendy Gordon

Wendy is a Senior Associate in our Commercial Property Team.


I joined Murdoch’s property law team in 2015 and have been practicing law for over 15 years.

Outside of work travel is my passion – I love to explore different cultures, architecture, and histories. I’m also a keen gardener and cook and enjoy relaxing at home with friends, family and good food. I’m also mum to 2 very spoilt dogs who rule the roost.

At work, I am passionate about property law. Although I have practiced in a broad range of areas over the years, I now practice almost exclusively in property law.

I assist clients in all areas of property law – rural and commercial sales and acquisitions, rural, retail, commercial and industrial leasing matters, retirement living agreements, water and titling matters, property development issues and advising on and preparing a diverse range of property and commercial agreements.

Coming from a rural background I am particularly passionate about rural matters and understand the particular needs of rural clients.

I strive to meet my client’s individual needs in an effective, easy to understand and timely manner and look forward to assisting you with your property matters.

Practice Areas

  • Rural acquisitions and sales
  • Water matters
  • Commercial purchases and sales
  • Rural, retail, industrial and commercial leasing
  • Retirement living Agreements
  • Land development
  • Option Agreements
  • Easements
  • Loan Agreements and Mortgages
  • Commercial Agreements
  • Titling matters

Qualifications & Reputation

  • Professional Qualifications:
    • Bachelor and Laws and Business Management, University of Queensland
  • Continuing Professional Development:
    • Annual Property Law Conferences
  • Associations:
    • Member of Queensland Law Society
    • Member of Downs and South Western Queensland Law Association


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Contact Information

Direct Line: 07 4616 9847